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```
estdemo <-
function(v0,mat,stmat=NULL, fecundity1=TRUE){
# fecundity (B) is picked from a poisson distribution
# survival (S) is picked from a binomial distribution
v <- v0 # TODO: change v for v0 in all the function
B <- NULL
S <- NULL # survival
# option 1: all data in first row are assumed to be fecundities; data in the
# rest of rows are assumed to represent survival probabilities if <=1 and
# fecundities if >1
if (is.null(stmat) & fecundity1==TRUE){
for (i in 1: (dim(mat)[1])){
# for each individual in each stage (vi) asign descendence
# based in a poisson distribution with mean mat[1,i]
# (only if mat[1,i] >0)
Bi <- 0
if(mat[1,i] >0) Bi <- rpois(v[i],mat[1,i])
B <- c(B, Bi)
Sj <- NULL
for (j in 1:(dim(mat)[1]-1)){
# for each individual in each stage (v[i]) asign survival or descendence
# if mat[j+1,i]>1 we assume that this is reproduction and asign
# descendence based in a poisson distribution with mean mat[j+1,i].
# if mat[j+1,i]<=1 we assume that this is survival and assign to each
# individual in each stage (v[i])reproduction and asign survival based in a
# binomila distribution with probability mat[j+1,i]
Sij <- 0
#only sample rpois or rbinom if transition-probabilities >0
if(mat[j+1,i] > 0){
if(mat[j+1,i]>1) Sij <- sum(rpois(v[i],mat[j+1,i]))
else Sij <- sum(rbinom(v[i],size=1,mat[j+1,i]))
}
Sj <- c(Sj,Sij)
}
S <- cbind(S,Sj)
}
B <- sum(B)
#B0 <- sum(B)
S <- apply(S,1,sum)
#S0<- apply(S,1,sum)
result <- c(B,S)
#result <- c(B0,S0)
}
# option 2: all data > 1 are assumed to represent
# fecundities; all data <=1 are assumed to represent survival
if (is.null(stmat) & fecundity1!=TRUE){
for (i in 1: (dim(mat)[1])){
Sj <- NULL
for (j in 1:(dim(mat)[1])){
# for each individual in each stage (v[i]) asign survival or descendence
# if mat[j,i]>1 we assume that this is reproduction and asign
# descendence based in a poisson distribution with mean mat[j,i].
# if mat[j,i]<=1 we assume that this is survival and assign to each
# individual in each stage (v[i])reproduction and asign survival based in a
# binomila distribution with probability mat[j+1,i]
Sij <- 0
#only sample rpois or rbinom if transition-probabilities >0
if(mat[j,i] > 0){
if(mat[j,i]>1) Sij <- sum(rpois(v[i],mat[j,i]))
else Sij <- sum(rbinom(v[i],size=1,mat[j,i]))
}
Sj <- c(Sj,Sij)
}
S <- cbind(S,Sj)
}
S <- apply(S,1,sum)
result <- S
}
# option 3: accept matrix "stmat" that gives proportion of probability
# transitions that must be considered fecundities
if (!is.null(stmat) ){
#real fecundity probabilities
matF <- mat * stmat
#real survival probabilities
matS <- mat-matF
for (i in 1: (dim(mat)[1])){
BSj <- NULL
for (j in 1:(dim(mat)[1])){
# for each individual in each stage (v[i]) asign survival or descendence
# if mat[j,i]>1 we assume that this is reproduction and asign
# descendence based in a poisson distribution with mean mat[j,i].
# if mat[j,i]<=1 we assume that this is survival and assign to each
# individual in each stage (v[i])reproduction and asign survival based in a
# binomila distribution with probability mat[j+1,i]
Bij <- ifelse(matF[j,i] >0, sum(rbinom(v[i],size=1,matF[j,i])), 0)
Sij <- ifelse(matS[j,i] >0, sum(rpois(v[i], matS[j,i])), 0)
BSij <- Bij+Sij #sum the contributions of fertility and survival
BSj <- c(BSj, BSij)
}
S <- cbind(S,BSj)
}
S <- apply(S,1,sum)
result <- S
}
# TODO: option 4: as option 3 but fecundities weighted by survivals, i.e.,
# those individuals that are asigned a 0 from rbinomial lose all offspring
# produced by rpois(or a percentage of these offspring)
return(result)
}
```

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